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Thread: my first I SPY top

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    Super Member wildyard's Avatar
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    This is my first I SPY top. I did some closer views so some of you can see the squares you so generously shared with me in it. This one is for a younger child, so I tried to include squares that would interest him thru lots of stages and last him a long time.
    They are country folks so I'm using this piece of fleece with the farm animals for the back. It was a remnant and not big enough, so I'm adding a turquoise fleece border (another remnant) to match the critters' eyes. I have a remnant of cowhide flannel that I'm going to use to bind it all together.
    I'll post again when it's all finished. Hopefully soon!!
    Hugs and smiles

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    That is so cute. Love the trucks and tractors in the snow.

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    I see Snoopy!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D
    What a fun quilt that is going to be for him!!

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    Great job!

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    Great job. I love how all the blocks are not the same size. I am getting ready to make one for my little man.

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    I love that!

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    Ohhh - that is really neat!

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    This is a happy quilt!!

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    Very nice! I am making 3 of them, trying to get them done by Christmas and I have some of you material. Cool!

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    Great job! i never did one without sashing between the
    blocks!

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